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3 Ways to Use Oribe Swept Up Volume Powder Spray

In the past, volumizing powders have been a mixed bag. Yes, they add volume and grippy texture to even the most limp, slippery hair. They also absorb oil and refresh next-day ‘dos, much like a dry shampoo. But applying powder from a shaker bottle to your roots gets messy quick. Luckily, Oribe has a fix. The newly released Swept Up Volume Powder Spray comes in a zero-mess (and non-aerosol!) sprayer that evenly distributes volumizing powder exactly where you want it—without ending up all over your black shirt. Just one spritz leaves hair with matte, gritty texture and dramatic volume, perfecting for creating amplified updos.

Want to see it in action? These handy how-to videos show you how to create three lifted-up looks, thanks to Oribe Global Ambassador James Pecis and models Rachel Hilbert and Georgia Fowler.

The Victory Roll

You may recognize this vintage-inspired style from Brock Collection’s Spring 2017 runway show. Lead stylist James Pecis used Swept Up Volume Powder Spray to achieve a light, airy take on the classic victory roll. You’ll also need hair elastics, bobby pins, and a teasing comb for this look.

The Mohawk

No mohawk? No problem. This style takes multiple messy ponytails and turns them into a funky faux-hawk. You’ll need Swept Up Volume Powder Spray, a lightweight hair spray like Oribe Free Styler Working Hair Spray, a brush, bobby pins, alligator clips, and a few hair elastics.

The Knotty Braids

This perfectly-imperfect updo features carefree, textured knotted braids—and you don’t need any special braiding skills to achieve it. To recreate this fun style, you’ll need Swept Up Volume Powder Spray, bobby pins, and hair elastics.

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